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Our Job In Japan


Published 1945


Training film for U.S. soldiers embarking on occupation duty in Japan. Written by Dr. Seuss and formed the basis for his latter 1947 Oscar-winning film, "Design For Death." This film was seen as too sympathetic to the Japanese and MacArthur worked to suppress it.

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Run time 17 minutes 16 seconds
Producer United States. Army
Audio/Visual sound, black & white
Language English

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